The 20 best snowboarding resorts in the US

Jhujhar Singh Bhati       Nov 25 , 2022

# Mt. Hood Meadows, OR

Only an hour and a half away from Portland, Mt. Hood Knolls flaunts 2,150 sections of land and 2,777 vertical feet of mountain fun.


# Park City Mountain Resort, UT

Promoted as the biggest ski resort in the nation, Park City brags north of 7,300 sections of land territory complete with in excess of 330 paths, 14 dishes, a very large halfpipe and eight landscape parks.


# Mammoth Mountain, CA

With 300 days of daylight and 400in of snowfall each year, Mammoth Mountain is genuinely the blanketed jungle gym of any snowboarder's fantasies.


# Telluride Ski Resort, CO

Concealed in Colorado, Telluride offers differed territory ideal for amateurs and prepared snowboarders the same.


# Palisades Tahoe & Alpine Meadows, CA

Shocking perspectives on Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada Mountains are only two of the reasons snowboarders from everywhere rush to Palisades Tahoe


# Jackson Hole, WY

Assuming that you're new to snowboarding, Jackson Opening likely isn't the most ideal spot to relax (albeit the setting is difficult to stand up to).


# Whitefish, MT

At the edge of Ice sheet Public Park in Montana's Rough Mountain range lies an energetic little town called Whitefish and the contiguous Whitefish Mountain Resort,


# Mt. Bachelor, OR

Prepare your camera since Mt. Lone ranger offers probably the best perspectives you've at any point seen. It's totally encircled by the tremendous Deschutes Public Timberland


# Crystal Mountain, WA

Southeast of Seattle in the strong Fountains, Precious stone Mountain gets snowboarders probably the West Coast's best powder.


# Sun Valley, ID

Sun Valley draws snowboarders from around the country with not one mountain however two — as the name recommends


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